1. smoothrunnings's Avatar
    Is there anyway to normalize MP4 videos audio tracks?

    Some movies I have like Transformers 2 and the new Tron have much higher than normal audio levels that cause clipping happen while the video playing on the playbook; I hear poping or crackling noise, I thought initially it was just my playbook's speakers but even when I plug my head phones I get the same results.

    When I play the video through Windows 7 system were I copied from DVD to I don't hear the same noise. My system is plugged directly into my Pioneer Elite receiver.

    Other movies were this doesn't happen I don't hear the noise poping noise at all.

    So if anyone knows of an application let me know, thanks.
    04-02-12 12:32 PM
  2. RoseBud68's Avatar
    Is there anyway to normalize MP4 videos audio tracks?

    Some movies I have like Transformers 2 and the new Tron have much higher than normal audio levels that cause clipping happen while the video playing on the playbook; I hear poping or crackling noise, I thought initially it was just my playbook's speakers but even when I plug my head phones I get the same results.

    When I play the video through Windows 7 system were I copied from DVD to I don't hear the same noise. My system is plugged directly into my Pioneer Elite receiver.

    Other movies were this doesn't happen I don't hear the noise poping noise at all.

    So if anyone knows of an application let me know, thanks.
    What software are you using to convert over the movies.
    04-02-12 01:48 PM
  3. smoothrunnings's Avatar
    What software are you using to convert over the movies.
    PavTube with the latest updates, using the playbook 720x480 template.
    04-02-12 01:51 PM
  4. Gatmyer's Avatar
    Converting audio and video formats is not uncommon when transfering video files to your playbook. (its a tablet thing not just the playbook)

    Personaly i use win x dvd ripper to rip dvd's and any video converter to find the playbooks sweetspot. mpeg4 with an mp3 audio format works for me.

    p.s the playbooks screes res is 1024*600
    04-02-12 06:03 PM
  5. Strider2112's Avatar
    Personaly i use win x dvd ripper to rip dvd's and any video converter to find the playbooks sweetspot. mpeg4 with an mp3 audio format works for me.

    p.s the playbooks screes res is 1024*600

    yeah this, although with the resolution I'm not sure, when i watch 1920x1080 video on my playbook it looks great!
    04-02-12 06:21 PM
  6. sushistew's Avatar
    try freemake video converter, it also has preset for playbook, and is free.
    04-02-12 06:40 PM
  7. Anonymous9286410's Avatar
    try freemake video converter, it also has preset for playbook, and is free.
    advise to refrain from recent version 3.02.15 -

    far too 'free' for the purpose of having the PB settings menu.

    - likes to phone home straight on two IP's (107.x and 200.x something)
    prior any setup screen occurs and when using program.

    - default installs unnecessary tool-bar and plugins

    - demands .NET Framework 4.0

    - opens web-browser without user request

    in my opinion a camouflage for private data collection.

    Damian

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    07-21-12 05:00 AM
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